Future Greenbank Interchange Project

Project overview

The Middle Road and Teviot Road intersection is expected to see considerable traffic growth in future years linked to rising demand from the Queensland Government’s Priority Development Area (PDA) of Greater Flagstone.

To ensure our road network remains fits for purpose, we have assessed options to deliver a long-term solution to ease traffic congestion at the Middle Road and Teviot Road intersection. 

Our proposed solution involves constructing an elevated interchange at the intersection and a new bridge over the railway line. 

Latest update

Construction is anticipated to commence early 2030's, pending detailed design, funding and property acquisitions.


Project timing

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2030's, pending detailed design, funding and property acquisitions.

Project features

Our proposed solution includes constructing a new bridge over the railway and an elevated interchange at the intersection that will include: 

  • four travel lanes (two in each direction) linking Goodna Road and Stoney Camp Road
  • on and off ramps to provide connectivity to the local road network
  • a new signalised intersection to replace the existing roundabout to cater for future traffic demands.

Please note, the concept plan is subject to change as detailed design progresses.

Project benefits

The interchange will deliver a range of benefits, including: 

  • improved traffic flow
  • quicker and more reliable travel times 
  • improved east-west connectivity from Goodna Road to Stoney Camp Road
  • a safer road environment for vehicles as traffic increases.

Land requirements

As part of our long-term planning for the realignment, some land will need to be acquired to widen sections of Middle Road and Teviot Road and to build the overpass.

We aim to minimise property impacts as much as possible.

Have your say

The Have Your Say survey opened from 8 November to 10 December 2021, and asked the community to provide feedback on the proposed concept plan (PDF 4.35 MB).

We would like to thank all those who contributed to the survey, your input will be taken into consideration as we progress to detailed design. You can view the results in the Community consultation summary (PDF 1.6 MB).

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Contact us

If you would more information or to provide feedback about the project, please:

  • write to us by, addressing your letter to:
    • Road Infrastructure Delivery – Future Greenbank Interchange
      Logan City Council
      PO Box 3226
      Logan City DC, QLD, 4114.

Our project team will respond to community questions as soon as possible.